Originally, this was going to be a list of beach reads that I recommend. However, Florida has recently become an epicenter for COVID-19, so I’m not sure when the next time I will want to go to the beach will be. The result is that I have included more than the typical light beach reads (but those are fun, and I’ve included them as well). If you’re looking for a new book, perhaps you’ll find something once you finish reading this post.
I’m slowly getting back into the groove after enjoying a long weekend, and I think being nominated for something is a great way to go into a Tuesday with a smile. Someone recently nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award, and if I’m being honest, I don’t know how to describe how I’m feeling. Being nominated for this award kind of reminds me that I already chose to put myself out here, in the blogging world.
Confession time, here’s what I got: I’ve never watched Grey’s Anatomy before. I finally started, and I kept a “diary” of my watch experience. Here are a collection of my thoughts.
Safe in the confines of my home, here’s how I’m spending my 4th of July.
For today’s blog post, I wanted to reflect on my sorority experience and talk about how Gamma Phi Beta Sorority has become my oasis in college.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes also gives us some insight into how Snow thinks, what has influenced him, and possible causes of what led him to become the man we know him to be in The Hunger Games. After reading the book, I thought that it would be interesting to revisit the movies and see how his character compares to what I read, or how it might have evolved since then.
After 5 years of podcasting, Keltie, Jac, and Becca have released countless hours of questionable advice, honest experiences, and endless laughs. For today’s post, I wanted to highlight my favorites in case you wanted to check them out. In no particular order, here are my 18 favorite LadyGang podcast episodes.
#BlackLivesMatter , that shouldn’t even be a question. Here’s what I’m doing, and I want your help in being better.
Bring out the firecrackers, because it’s my birthday! While I spent most of the day at work, I’m very happy with how this birthday went. It was nice to come home to a dinner with my family, knowing that we’re all safe, healthy, and pretty happy. It’s also so easy to slip into the mindset of how this birthday is so different from all of my other birthdays. There are so many things to do in the world, and I was happiest having dinner with my family. I think that says something about how I’m coping with quarantine. Anyway, in honor of turning 23, today’s blog post is a list of 23 things I want to do once quarantine is over.